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Search Aspect ( Glenthorpe Terrace )
Location - Leeds & District

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Glenthorpe Terrace (Burmantofts)
Black & White image25th November 1938. Row of derelict terraced houses on Glenthorpe Terrace. Shop to left of picture with advertising posters for Fry's, Mansion Polish, Lyon's Tea and poster for Scala Theatre.
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Glenthorpe Terrace (Burmantofts) (2 comments)
Black & White image25th November 1938. York Road improvement area, showing derelict housing in Glenthorpe Terrace.
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York Road, junction with Glenthorpe Avenue (Burmantofts)
Black & White imagec1938 View of the north side of York Road showing the junction with Glenthorpe Avenue on the left, and that with Glenthorpe Terrace on the right. The buildings in between, including the shops at nos.217 and 219 York Road, are due to be demolished. No.217, Craven Brothers, boot repairers, looks like it may still be open, but no.219, Miss Elizabeth Marshall, grocer, appears to be closed and boarded up. Advertising hoardings can be seen, including ones for Oxo.
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York Road, nos.221-255 (Burmantofts)
Black & White imagec1938 View of the north side of York Road showing nos.221-255. The junction with Glenthorpe Terrace is on the left, and that with Nickleby Road can be seen further along between nos.237 and 239. Advertisements for Guinness and Bovril are seen on the gable end of no.221 (Roland Abbott, baker), as well as an Army recruitment poster.
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